Weekend activities include a day at Seven Peaks Waterpark and a day in Salt Lake City. Other activities include swimming, bowling, dances, games, movies, contests, and skits.
In order to continue to build technical skill and team unity over the summer, it is REQUIRED that every BYU Youth Team Member take one of the Summer Technique Intensives. Registration Opens Wednesday, May 10, 2017 (see below) For syllabus-level dancers June 27-August 10 (No class on July 4 and 6 ) Visa, Master Card, Discover, and American Express payments are accepted.
To participate in this program you must be accepted at the time of auditions or cleared by the director first.
One difference in our camp is that we keep our male to female ratio even so everyone has a partner to dance with. Ballroom dancing is a two person activity and it is important to be able to dance the material with a partner!
So many dance workshop weekends have wonderful teachers, but the clients only see the material once, usually for one hour.
There will be some free time to explore the beautiful campus, shop at the BYU Store, or visit museums on campus.
Enjoy exceptional training and instruction from some of the BYU’s dance department’s full–time and part–time faculty and from other outstanding professionals.
The instructor uses the material he/she is teaching in that style of dance and choreographs the material in to a routine that the class learns together and performs for the other classes on our last night at camp.
The Provo, Utah community of dance is a beautiful thing.
Dancers will grasp new dimensions in dance as they view films and attend lectures on injury prevention, dance philosophy, and dance as art.
Master classes will include Folk, Hip–Hop, Musical Theatre, and Ballet.
Register now, and join the following dance instructors.